Free SfHP Teleconference: International Research

Society for Health Psychology Teleconference Series hosted by the SfHP Health Research Council

“Making International Research Work:  Barriers and Bridges to Collaborating and Conducting Studies Internationally”
Thursday, March 16, 2017  
5:00 pm ET, 4:00 pm CT, 3:00 pm MT, 2:00 pm PT
(teleconference will last no more than one hour)
International work can strengthen research such as by broadening perspectives, improving generalizability, and cross-country/culture comparisons. However, international research also brings unique challenges and barriers. This teleconference covers some of the barriers to international research and how they can be overcome with a panel of experienced researchers.
Join us for this interactive discussion!
Professor Shanthakumar Rajaratnam, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia

Prof. Rajaratnam is Professor of Psychology in the School of Psychological Sciences and Monash Institute of Cognitive and Clinical Neurosciences at Monash University. His research program investigates the role of the internal biological clock in the regulation of the sleep-wake cycle, and how disruption of the clock leads to sleep disorders and other physiological consequences (e.g., in shift workers). He has also worked on developing innovative approaches to monitor alertness and novel treatments for biological clock disruption. Prof. Rajaratnam has built collaborations and partnerships with institutions around the world, including regular exchanges with Harvard Medical School and the Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
Dr. Eric Green, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, United States

Dr. Green is an Assistant Professor of the Practice of Global Health at Duke University. His primary research interest is how technology can improve health and health systems in low-income settings. He is currently collaborating with colleagues on studies in Kenya, Zimbabwe, Liberia, and Rwanda. His research portfolio spans from formative work on human centered design to impact evaluations of individual and group interventions. Dr. Green holds a PhD in Clinical-Community Psychology and a MA in International Studies from the University of South Carolina.
Dr. Joshua Wiley
Monash University
This series and other SfHP-sponsored teleconferences and webinars are presented as a benefit of membership in the Society for Health Psychology (APA Division 38).  
For this special event, members of APA Division 52 (International Psychology) are also invited to participate.
To Register:
If you plan to participate, please RSVP to by close of business on Friday, March 10, 2017.  You may also submit questions in your RSVP email.  
(note: the call is limited to 125 participants.)
A confirmation email, with dial-in instructions and supporting documents, will be sent no later than noon Eastern time on Tuesday, March 14, 2017.
Please put “International Research” in the subject line.  
Keep in mind:  you do not need to be a member of APA to join our Society.  Go to for a complete list of benefits.  Become a part of the Society for Health Psychology – and invite your colleagues, too!

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